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  • Official charged in Rp 6t e-ID project
    The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) took a step forward on Tuesday in its probe into alleged corruption surrounding the Rp 6 trillion (US$521 million) national electronic identity (e-ID) ca
  • Police hunt for instigators of ‘religious strife’ in Papua
    The police had identified and were currently hunting the instigators of a recent clash between Christians and Muslims in Sorong, West Papua, which left three people injured with arrow wounds, Natio
  • Huge tax losses from BCA case
  • RI can handle haze on its own: Minister
    Though haze caused by land clearing in Sumatra has become a worsening scourge for neighboring countries in recent years, Environment Minister Balthasar Kambuaya has asserted that Indonesia can hand
  • Jokowi entertains kindergartners
    While it is usually not easy to organize meetings with high-ranking officials, dozens of young pupils have proven otherwise.
  • RI women climbers aim to conquer Vinson Massif
    A team of climbers from the Indonesian Red-and-White Women’s club is preparing to climb Mount Vinson Massif, the highest mountain in Antarctica and one of the world’s Seven Summits.
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